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Gelsomino 1 Assessment of a Continuous Blood Gas Monitoring System in Animals during Circulatory stress. Short Title: Continuous Blood Gas Monitoring

@inproceedings{Gelsomino2010Gelsomino1A,
  title={Gelsomino 1 Assessment of a Continuous Blood Gas Monitoring System in Animals during Circulatory stress. Short Title: Continuous Blood Gas Monitoring},
  author={S. Gelsomino and R. Lorusso and S. Romagnoli and U. Livi and R. Carella and F. Luca and A. Renzulli and G. Bolotin and G. Cicco and J. Maessen and P. Stef{\`a}no and G. Gensini},
  year={2010}
}
  • S. Gelsomino, R. Lorusso, +9 authors G. Gensini
  • Published 2010
  • Introduction: The study was aimed to determine the measurement accuracy of The CDI TM blood parameter monitoring system 500 (Terumo Cardiovascular Systems Corporation, Ann Arbor MI) in the real-time continuous measurement of arterial blood gases under different cardiocirculatory stress conditions Methods: Inotropic stimulation (Dobutamine 2.5 and 5 μg/kg/min), vasoconstriction (Argininevasopressin 4, 8 and 16 IU/h), hemorrhage (–10%, –20%, –35%, and –50% of the theoretical volemia), and volume… CONTINUE READING

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